The next Chopin piece was the Fantasy in F minor, Op. 49. I felt like I was seeing an old friend. When I was coming of ...
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me.
Last year, Minkov and Hannes Kerber published a welcome volume of Strauss’s scattered writings on a key Platonic dialogue: ...
At the cocktail party held upon the publication of Edmund White’s short biography of Proust, Fran Lebowitz congratulated ...
It may yet be June, with six months left to go in 2024, but it is all but assured that America Last will stand the test of ...
On Hell, I Love Everybody by James Tate, The Summer We Crossed Europe in the Rain by Kazuo Ishiguro, All Souls by Saskia ...
On the author’s sojourn south of the border.
Born in Leningrad in the former Soviet Union to Ukrainian parents, Ratmansky left home at age ten to join the Bolshoi Ballet ...
The battles for Gaza were tough and costly. It proved a difficult target, with the defenders well dug-in. It took three ...
So they explored direct light and, in particular, summer light, chasing the sun into the countryside with their trunks of ...
On Wagner’s Siegfried & Götterdämmerung, directed by Andreas Homoki.
On Friday night, Seong-jin Cho was all business, as usual—sitting right down to his first piece, Haydn’s Sonata in E minor, ...